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lincoln's single term in congress. he examines the future president's personal life during his start in national politics. this is about one hour. [applause] >> good evening, everyone. thank you for being here tonight. if you are looking for what is med this is the second then we have done a nadir. having local bookstores like this no one is allowed to leave until every copy of the book over then is sold. thank you for letting me present my book, "congressman lincoln: the making of america's greatest president." what do i mean by the greatest president? i mean most significant. he made the decision to engage them in a civil war to preserve the union. this story, while there are 16,000 books written about abraham lincoln, if you go to ford's theatre in washington dc, which is the final scene of the extraordinary story, you will see half that number i to the ceiling. when i see books about him, i do not mean books about mary todd or the civil war general come i mean about lincoln. yet books about his time in congress, when you talk about books of lincoln in congress, there have only be
, but not lincoln sitting in the county seat by himself and he preferred that to being with his wife. he loved her very much. but they had problems. we're out of time. . . >> welcome to virtual book signing. i'm daniel weinberg and we are at the lincoln bookshop and chicago. we have a few people here with us and we are happy to have c-span join us. thank you very much. the illinois channel has been here and liz taylor from the tribune literary book section is with us and we appreciate all of them being here and also voice of america is covering us today as well. before we go on i should tell you all that this is not for c-span we hope you will give our first name and we will shout out to you. and we'll try to get it on air as quickly as we can. if you're watching the archive, all we ask is that we have signed books and we will have some left over, first editions and certainly don't want to be with the screenplay of the lincoln movie after it gets to be an oscar-winner and you don't have assigned. so get it now while you can. if you're on c-span and would like to be a part of us, i hope that you wi
books or leftovers. don't want to be with the screen play of the lincoln movie after it gets to be an oscar winner and you don't have it signed. so get it now while you can. and if you're on c-span and would like to be part of us i hope you will by getting to virtual book signing.net and leave your e-mail and be part of the virtual book signing family. also, i should let you know that next month we're not going to have a author in. instead we're going to launch our now live broadcast. that's me. we're going to talk about for collectors and by collectors, collectors on air or tape. we'll talk about artifacts we have at the time here in the shop and stories behind them. artifacts, historical artifacts were made for some human desire and need and its up to us and the collectors to find out what these are. so i hope you'll join us for that. we'll have many other segments, what it's worth. ask you as a collector to e-mail into us maybe a description and an image of a prize example you would have in your collection and we'll try to put that on and tell the story about and it you ca
that energy up. and thank you to lincoln high school. this is going to be a very exciting day as mayor lee and the giants kickoff the campaign. it is our goal along with your hope to keep san francisco clean and beautiful this wonderful city that we love for generations to come. we're going to keep you very attend let's get this program started with a beach blanket babylon with an original song and let's welcome renÉe wilson. ♪ ♪ to keep you clean is why we gather here. it's time for us to care. that's why i'll help our mayor to polish every street with one big giant sweep. oh, whistle why while you work. and carefully together we'll show our pride. just like the giants we will triumph but there's work to do. no litering so make sure you pick up your trash. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ so whistle while you work. we must work hard to reach our goal keep san francisco beautiful. just work don't be a quiter. keep our city all a glitter. san francisco. open your golden gate you've let no stranger wait outside your door. san francisco here is you're wondering one saying i'll litter no more. others loos
forever free and to see abraham lincoln's signature. although it didn't end slavery in america it fundamentally changed the character of the war. overnight the union became a war for human liberation. for the nearly 4 million it was a symbol of hope. that hope of freedom was finally realized in the amendment to the constitution which abolished slavery in the u.s. jurisdiction these landmark documents of the freedom reside here at the national archives but they are filled with documents that tell the story of the emancipation of the individual level. the letter from a black soldier to the enslaved wife assures her there's a present national difficulties are great yet i look forward to a brighter day and the one asked president lincoln if she were signing the nitze push proclamation sadly the answer was no because she was in maryland, a border state unaffected by the decree. the first-person accounts of the slaves on sob files provide a window on to the world before and after the war. some talk of choosing a name tabare as a free person and others describe the long searches to re
are great yet i look forward to a brighter day and the one asked president lincoln if she were signing the nitze push proclamation sadly the answer was no because she was in maryland, a border state unaffected by the decree. the first-person accounts of the slaves on sob files provide a window on to the world before and after the war. some talk of choosing a name tabare as a free person and others describe the long searches to reunite their families. milestones denied to and enslaved population, marriage, going to school now become popular for free people and our tremendous holdings that contains stories of the struggles and achievements. historians on the panel looked at the records and as other research institutions and the investigations we are lucky to have them with us tonight. leading the discussion tonight is annette gordon-reed a pulitzer prize winner and the professor of history at harvard law school, the professor of history at harvard is university and a professor at the radcliffe institute for advanced studies. joining her james mcpherson, a pulitzer prize-winning historian
's lincoln. >> when you read the major lincoln biographies and i feel by now i've read all of them, you get, you know, however many there are 10 or 12 that i think are really significant, you get 10 or 12 different abraham lynn cons, the basic facts aren't changed but the way that y interpret those facts he seems to be an indexhausably internable figure so you sort of pick which lincoln you want to-- you know, draum advertise. and lincoln that is created in team of rivals, the lincoln that she interprets in team of rivals is a fundamentally political guy. and he has other kinds of genius, he's a great writer, a statesman, moral visionary but more than anything else in doris's book, he's a person who has an absolute consumeate mastery of political process. >> rose: we conclude with christopher waltz who stars in jango unchained. >> quentin really has this rock star persona but that's just one side. i like the other side. and it's there. and it's strong and that's where it's all base, literally based, it's all, that's where the center is. is not just incredibly smart. his horizon is enormous.
they reminded he was a screenwriter, he wrote the screenplay for lincoln which has been nominated for 12 academy awards including best adapted screenplay. here is the trailer for the film. >> we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain. that this nation under god shall have eye new birth of freedom that government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth. >> we can't tell our people we can vote yes in abolishing slavery if at the same time we can tell them we are negotiating a peace. >> you cannot have both. >> how many hundreds of thousands have died during your administration. >> hundreds must never declare equal, those who god created unequal. >> leave the constitution alone. >> stepped out on the world stage now. the fate human dignity in our hands. >> now, now, now. >> abraham lincoln has asked us to work with him to accomplish the death of slavery. >> no one's ever been loved is so much by the people. don't waste that power. >> this fight is for the united states of america. >> de choose to be born or are we fitted to the times we'
>> and action. >> stahl: steven spielberg insisted that the sets of his movie "lincoln" be historically accurate, down to the books, the rugs, and the wallpaper. he even recorded the sound of lincoln's actual watch. and actor daniel day-lewis recreated his high-pitched voice. >> tell us the news from the hill. >> ah, well the news... >> why, for instance, is this thus, and what is the reason for this thusness. >> stahl: day-lewis stayed in character through the making of the entire film. >> i never, ever felt that depth of love for another human being that i never met. >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm leslie stahl. >> i'm morley safer. >> i'm lara logan. >> i'm charlie rose. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories tonight on "60 minutes." tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 seems like etfs are everywhere these days. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 but there is one source with a wealth of etf knowledge tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 all in one place. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 introducing schwab etf onesource™. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 it's one source with the most commission-free etfs. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 tdd#: 1-800-345-2
lincoln high school cheerleading squad. >> ready? >> lincoln you say? >> lincoln here we go. you say willing. let's go listening. lincoln. come on let's go listening. l i nc l o n. that's right. let's go. red and blue. red and gold. red and gold. we are lincoln. let's go lincoln. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> all right. let's here if for you lincoln cheerleading squad. you you know, i had to get here a little early to get that down. i appreciate that. at this time, i'd like to ask the children from the day school to come down. give it up for your second-graders everybody. show them your love everybody. come in come on. hi kids. hi. this is fantastic. oh, this takes me back to my high school assembly. now we're going to hear now from the man who earned the index name the preacher. we'll never forgot his talks. show your love right now and give it up for giants right fielder. hunter. >> yeah. hello lincoln high school. how's it going out there. how do you feel about san francisco giant chamber? pretty amazing. we definitely wouldn't have done it without the
and breakup the united states. thereby initiating the costliest war in the country's history. abraham lincoln noted in his first inaugural address that quote, one section of the country believes slavery is right and not to be extended, while the other place it is wrong and ought to be extended -- sarco and ought not to be extended, and this is the only substantial dispute. carried, closed quote. the president of the confederate states of america, jefferson davis, reminded his congress in 1861, these are his words, the labor of african slaves was and is indispensable to our prosperity. so that with interest of such overwhelming magnitude, by the election of the presidency of the antislavery man like abraham lincoln he meant, the people of the southern states he said were driven to the adoption of some course of action to avert the danger with which they were openly menaced. and that course of action of course was leaving the federal union. davis was not overstating mistakes for him and his fellow slaveowners. the more than 12 million sold who reside in the southern states in 1860s, really one
be then it henceforth and forever free to see abraham lincoln's signature. although it did not end slavery in america is a fundamentally changed the character of the war. overnight a war to preserve the union became liberation and nearly 4 million slaves it was a symbol of hope. hope of freedom was realized in the 13th amendment of the constitution that abolished slavery in the u.s. jurisdiction. these landmark documents they are filled the documents that tell the story of the emancipation of the individual level. from a black soldier to the life that shows the difficulties are great yet i look forward to a brighter day. when she as president lincoln issue was free sadly the answer was no the tissue lived on a border state unaffected by the decree. the military pension files provide a window before and after the war. some choosing a name to bear to reunite our families to and slave population going to school on land to become possible for free people and those that contain stories. the stories on the panel and other research institutions with their own investigations leading the discussion tonight an
day. when she as president lincoln issue was free sadly the answer was no the tissue lived on a border state unaffected by the decree. the military pension files provide a window before and after the war. some choosing a name to bear to reunite our families to and slave population going to school on land to become possible for free people and those that contain stories. the stories on the panel and other research institutions with their own investigations leading the discussion tonight and professor farm history of law school at harvard and professor at the radcliffe institute coming adjoining here are james mcpherson historian from princeton university, author and president of the university of richmond and historian author professor of history at columbia and james oakes and author of freedom national. of book research at the new york public library all panelist will sign books after the program. please join me to welcome them on stage. [applause] >> good evening. i am glad to see you here. we will have a conversation and one of our discussion amongst ourselves then take questions fr
bailout and whose investors lost millions. >>> fighting for "lincoln". she's up for oscar number three. tonight, sally field tells us about her fight to play the president's wife. >> keep it right >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening, and thanks for joining us. tonight, a four-day pleasure cruise turned hellish ordeal. 4,200 people are being towed back to shore tonight trapped aboard the carnival cruise ship that lost power in the gulf of mexico sunday. the passengers onboard describe nightmarish scenes of squalor. >> reporter: tonight, stranded at sea. as seen today from above, the carnival triumph being towed to port in mobile, alabama. it is day four of what has turned into the holiday from hell for the more than 4,000 people onboard. bethany is aboard, they spoke briefly before the phone cut out. >> all you hear on those phone calls is crying and talking about i'm gonna die, i'm gonna die. >> reporter: rob and stephanie had hoped for a beautiful wedding at sea. married on the ship just a few days ago. they are now spending their honeymo
. i went from one end of the mall to the other from the capitol all the way down to the lincoln memorial looking for the african-american history of washington, d.c.. and i could barely find anything. i said to myself that can't be true. i know there's african-american history in the city. it has to be african-american history of the national mall. maybe no one has bothered to sit and find out what it is and that's how this book came about. starting in the u.s. capitol, i needed my goal to find out what the african-american history of the national mall and this book is the result. i'm going to take a few minutes here today to talk about some of the things i discovered not only about the national mall, but about washington, d.c. as a city. some things i open interest you and media insider you to go out and find some of this history for yourself. so, i'm going to be at the mercy of technology here and see if i can get this to work. one of the first things i did when researching this book was to look at washington, d.c. as a whole. for years and years and years, washington, d.c. wa
, in the lincoln bedroom, and lived cheek by jowl with the president. mrs. roosevelt was not thrilled with this arrangement, because she said that, as she put it, winston kept franklin up too late. well, win son kept everybody up -- winston kept everybody up late. it wasn't just the president that he was doing that to. but there's some wonderful stories in the book about what people thought of that. and the stories about mrs. nesbit's cooking are very funny. >> i think it's fascinating that he was able to actually leave england. you know, it's like in today's world if president obama goes over to hawaii for four or five days, everybody goes crazy, you know? >> well, he did go, churchill took his staff with him, but when president obama goes, there's no, there's no danger in the way that there was danger of u-boats in that trip. >> sure. >> that churchill took in december, '41 is. yes? >> not really a question, but just a comment is that i was reading it, and i was getting upset at how much they were eat, and he had access to, but then you end the book with the rationing, and so it red
who played grant in the "lincoln" movie. which would you choose, lunch with lincoln or a nice of blis with marilyn monroe. >> i'm going steamy night with lincoln. >> mariah carey posted photos of her on twitter. >> she's like gwyneth paltrow but not as pretentious. >> the group yesterday was all about valentine's day for one and she recommended you buy this book, all recipes for one person. >> what did you make? >> tony haak, in the flesh, the man, the myth, the legend. >> all three, behold the obi-wan of skateboarding, tony hawk, has taken on a new apprentice, he has, the kid who did this. the force is strong with this one. >> you tweeted this video of adam miller. >> basically, it's a back flip from skateboard to skateboard down a set of stairs. >> easily one of the coolest tricks you've seen in a long time. >> not too many people can do anything like that. i've never seen that trick ever. >> but this trick, filmed at the rad channel studios, it took some practice. >> we have all of his missteps and slams in another video. >> yeah, but nobody wants to see that. yeah, let's watch tha
, "beasts of the southern wild." ang lee, "life of pi." steven spielberg, "lincoln." david o. russell, "silver linings playbook", -- >> and the oscar goes to ang lee. [ applause ] >> including this nomination for best picture for "life of pi," this is the second academy award nomination for ang lee and his second oscar win. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. thank you, movie god. [ laughter ] i really need to share this with all 3,000, everybody work with me in "life of pi." i want to thank you for -- i really want to thank you for believing this story and sharing this incredible journey with me. i need to thank yann martel for writing this incredibly inspiring book and everyone at fox, thank you for taking the leap with me, jim and elizabeth gabeler. my producers, gil netter, david womark, david lee. wonderful cast, where are you, you're a miracle. the young pi carrying the movie. every one of you in the cast, i cannot waste this time talking about them. you hold a golden statue in my heart. i cannot make this movie without the help of taiwan, out there. i want
taxpayer bailout and whose investors lost millions. >>> fighting for "lincoln". she's up for oscar number three. tonight, sally field tells us about her fight to play the president's wife. >> keep it right progressive claims. this is flo. i need you. feel so alone. but you're not alone. i knew you'd come. like i could stay away. you know i can't do this without you. you'll never have to. you're always there for me. shh! i'll get you a rental car. i could also use an umbrella. fall in love with progressive's claims service. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening, and thanks for joining us. tonight, a four-day pleasure cruise turned hellish ordeal. 4,200 people are being towed back to shore tonight trapped aboard the carnival cruise ship that lost power in the gulf of mexico sunday. the passengers onboard describe nightmarish scenes of squalor. >> reporter: tonight, stranded at sea. as seen today from above, the carnival triumph being towed to port in mobile, alabama. it is day four of what has turned into the holiday from hell for the more than 4
wild." ang lee, "life of pi." steven spielberg, "lincoln." david o. russell, "silver linings playbook", -- >> and the oscar goes to ang lee. [ applause ] >> including this nomination for best picture for "life of pi," this is the second academy award nomination for ang lee and his second oscar win. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. thank you, movie god. [ laughter ] i really need to share this with all 3,000, everybody work with me in "life of pi." i want to thank you for -- i really want to thank you for believing this story and sharing this incredible journey with me. i need to thank yann martel for writing this incredibly inspiring book and everyone at fox, thank you for taking the leap with me, jim and elizabeth gabeler. my producers, gil netter, david womark, david lee. wonderful cast, where are you, you're a miracle. the young pi carrying the movie. every one of you in the cast, i cannot waste this time talking about them. you hold a golden statue in my heart. i cannot make this movie without the help of taiwan, out there. i want to thank everybody. there
to the ones we are here to talk about today. first of all lincoln. he has warned the two factions of congress, he wants to get slavery abolished. it has been used as maybe a model for our own president having problem with partisan issues. >> yes that, is right. >> let's take a look at lincoln here... . >> she is so good, she really is. >> and so is tommy lee jones. >> and everything i ever read about mary todd lincoln is in the movie. it makes people want to look it up and get educated about lincoln. that by itself is enough to thank the academy. >> and daniel-day lewis is up for a best actor. >> yes. >> 12 nominations in thfilm. >> yes. and "argo" is about the plot to get not the hostages persave but the people in the embassy out of iran. you will like this one. >> yes. it goes quickly. it is not one of those long movies. you get emotionally connected and excited. what could be better than that? >> okay. let's take a look at "argo"... . >> i saw this yesterday and i knew the outcome coming in and it still had my blood pressure sky high. >> it is good directing. >> it is unbelievable that h
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she played mrs. lincoln. >> it will be one of the things that i remember forever and ever and ever. >>> good evening. thanks for being here this saturday night. we do begin tonight with the aftermath from that massive meteor that came crashing to earth, thousands of people still reeling tonight after seeing it. new images coming in this evening, the streak across the sky that kept getting brighter. these images captured by a darkcam. tonight, the massive cleanup, the miles of broken glass, the crumbled buildings and of course, the injured recovering from their wounds and one more major development this evening, the hunt is now on for pieces of that rock and the giant price tag they could bring. kirit raid ya made his way to the city. >> reporter: the blast was bone-rattling. the giant meteor exploding in midair, knocking people to ground, sending others fleeing. stunned residents say they still can't believe what happened. "it's something tha twe only saw in the movies," he says. "we never thought we would see it ourselves." today, the cleanup began. over 24,000 troops and emergenc
to the other top news of the world, we want to recap last night's academy awards. argo beat films like "lincoln" and silver linings playbook. a bit of redemption for affleck who was passed over best director, which went to ang lee for "lie of pi." "lincoln," though, had its day in the sun, as daniel day-lewis earned his third academy award for best actor. jennifer lawrence might have enjoyed her best actress win for "silver linings playbook" if she hadn't take an spill on her way to the stage. she didn't let that incident get her down. >> thank you. you guys are just standing up because you felt bad that i fell. this is nuts. >> she is amazing. second nomination. she's just 22 years old. rounding out the list of awards, anne hathaway took the prize for best supporting actress for "les miserables." and christoph waltz won his second supporting actor. as for the host, reviews are in. it's a mixed bag for seth macfarlane. "time" magazine calls him "american dud." but the washington post thought that he proved his worth calling him a "versatilite host." we'll show you ben affleck's rambling accepta
. what should win, my personal pack, "lincoln" was the best film of 2012. so i wish that would win. > best director. > > best director i think will win and should win is both going to be steven spielberg. this is going to be their sort of, not consolation prize, i guess, for "lincoln" since it is not going to win best picture. he is a clear favorite to win. > best actor. > > best actor, again, daniel day-lewis. > it is his to lose. > > it is his to lose. i don't think anyone has even a chance. > i agree with that. best actress. this could get interesting. > > best actress could get interesting. as we talked about, it could be jennifer lawrence vs. jessica chastain. now people are saying that emmanuelle riva, over 80 years old, might steal the award from her. i still think it is going to go to jennifer lawrence. > the numbers have been astounding at the box office, because it has been such a special year. > > lot of good movies. > which is one of the reasons why we got dressed up for this. > >that's right. > all right, let's look at the box office boost here. $83 million going to "z
? >> lawmakers in one state question why key facts were change in the oscar nominated film "lincoln." >> plus the other movies with historical plots altered by hollywood coming up next. picture" nominees face controversy because of >>> the oscars are just a few days away but three best picture nominees face controversy because of historical inaccuracies. jan crawford shows us why hollywood finds its "truth" in drama. >> you cannot have both. >> reporter: it's the drama at the heart of the movie. president lincoln struggled to persuade, inspire and outright strong-arm enough members of congress to approve the 13th amendment to ban slavery. >> my son into the war whoa to you if you fail to pass the amendment. >> reporter: but lincoln had more votes than the filmmakers let on. in the movie two connecticut representatives voted nay on the amendment. in fact 148 years ago, the connecticut delegation voted for it. >> we are talking about slavery here. this is not a vote on, you know, approving a highway project. >> reporter: connecticut congressman joe courtney
. >>> great advice, lesli. still ahead, we go behind the scenes of "lincoln," for the inspiring story behind some of the actors you may not know. >>> and if you're going out later tonight, be careful. freezing rain makes spots very slick tonight. top will be back to tell you about that and what >>> we all heard of the tough road actors make. >> well most of those stories don't hold a candle to the one deborah tells us tonight, starring modern-day, real life heros earning well deserved props on the big screen. >> they serve their country, made big sacrifices, now they are getting screen time. they made their movie debut in "lincoln," now time for their closeup. >> in steven spielberg's, "lincoln," tours the civil war battlefield. while daniel day lewis was only playing the president, some of the movie soldiers weren't just acting. >> john. >> two years after losing his legs in an ied explosion, joey jones was one of three veterans cast in the acclaimed movie. >> as a georgia boy, you are intimidated by hollywood. >> spielberg wanted real military amputees for this crucial scene where l
two things in particular from the greatest president in history abraham lincoln. one when putting together a cabinet you need assemble a team of rivals and two, you cannot kill a vampire with an axe. you need a built-in shotgun in that mother humper. lincoln the vampire. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] didn't take off like we thought it would. [ laughter ] but to the first point when it came time to choose a secretary of defense barack obama demonstrated lincoln-esque team rivalling by choosing former nebraska senator chuck haaag -- hagge -- hagel. [ laughter ] he is a republican. a two term senator, vietnam vet. he was a simple process away from achieving that relatively only minor as secretary of lincoln's legacy but still it was doing this having hagel or doing that and you know, nobody wants to see that. >> the one thing i'm not going to do is vote on a new secretary of defense until the old secretary of defense leon panetta, who i like very much, testifies about what happened in benghazi. >> jon: so close to get him confirmed foiled by senate thespian lindsey graham. reprizing his
about lincoln this week as you issued a challenge to republican. here is what you said? >> i suggest that my former colleagues on the republican side go see the movie "lincoln." because in the movie "lincoln" it shows how hard it was back then to get things done. but what lincoln did is he gathered people around him the way i believe president obama is doing by calling republicans, talking to them, trying to work with them. when that happens, big things get solved. >> mr. secretary, the president is not exactly rallying republicans and democrats together. what he's doing, and you're part of this, is waging a public relations war, going right to the public and saying, look, public opinion is on my side. these republicans are to blame for not getting anything done here. to be fair to the president, john boehner said he's not going to negotiate with the president either. there can be a little lincoln on either side here. >> i say go watch the "lincoln" movie. i predict it's going to be the best picture tonight. i know you don't want my prediction, save that for later. look, the presiden
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